No, this is not the Kool Aid character from television advertisements in the 1970-1980’s. Nor is it an alien from outer space, though that was the visual impression I had following creative modifications made to the photograph of an automobile. You can visit my shops online at Pixels and Society 6 to discover some cool products with this design.
Prints available. Enjoy my rendition of this unusual futuristic architectural structure, a minimalist design of concrete and glass. If you have an empty wall at home or work, then consider one of many print types available for display – canvas, framed, art, poster, metal, acrylic, wood and tapestry. Hope to see you soon!
Many miles offshore, this mysterious metallic structure rests idly in calm waters, waiting to receive transmitted instructions for some unspeakable, diabolic plan. Or, something like that. But, you don’t have to wait to enjoy cool merchandise featuring this design – simply visit my online shops at Society 6, Redbubble and Pixels.
Hope to see you soon!
An artwork of science fiction with abstract metallic rings reflecting a mysterious source of light. Somewhat futuristic, and very much available on products in my shop at Society 6 – so, check it out…
Welcome to the future, circa 1982. This architectural mirrored-structure known as the Sunsphere, and modern light posts in the foreground, were installed for the 1982 World’s Fair, in Knoxville, Tennessee – roughly one year after NASA’s Space Shuttle program began. See more.
Actually, I believe that these lights may have been installed during the early 1980’s, but they nevertheless retain a futuristic quality worthy of being photographed – from Knoxville, Tennessee.
Prints are available for your home or office – simply visit my gallery at Pixels.
Available in snap, soft (shown here) or tough styles, this iPhone case is flexible and grips around the edges of your phone. It is shock absorbent with an anti-fingerprint finish, and also compatible with Qi-standard wireless charging.
Protect your investment with style!
Enjoy this abstract, futuristic technical digital artwork depicting a mirror image of layered metallic components. What is it? That’s a good question…